The key is to find a balance between doing too little and doing too much. Quantity doesn't make up for quality! You don't need lots of exercises in one session to make your penis grow. Many men make the mistake of thinking that if a little is good then more is better. Look at your initial post where you stated "On the other hand, in length, I gained close to 0.8" with basically manual stretches" this should tell you something- that doing more is often detrimental. From appearances, you were doing SEVERAL movements for your PE per day. I'm amazed you didn't hurt yourself! You've been recommended to go back to the basic routine. I definitely agree, and this time you should focus on adding reps and intensity (not exercises) slowly but regularly to force gains. Keep accurate records and regularly try to best the previous workout. A good PE workout can consist of as little as: -A thorough warm up -One good girth exercise -One good length exercise (maybe an extra finisher exercise to target ancillary ligs or the tunica- you can also rotate exercises from session to session) -A small amount of specialized work (e.g.- glans increase) a couple of times a week -Stamina work -Cool downs You'll get more out of a workout like this and you'll spend less time doing it. I didn't see any mention of stamina work in your posts. Stamina work is the most important thing that you can do for your penis. It strengthens the supporting muscles for PE which allows you to increase and improve blood flow to the penis. It also addresses any venous leaks and other local circulatory issues that may cause erectile problems. This is vital if you're on an enlargement program since you're going to need more blood as your penis gets larger. Think of it as needing a bigger engine for a bigger car. This improvement in circulation also speeds healing from the microtrauma casued by PE exercises. Once you're past the basic stage, you can focus on prioritizing your girth work. This'll mean focusing on pure girth exercises (like any of the "squeeze" family of exercises) and lots of stamina work to ensure that your penis is as full of blood as possible during your erections to further stretch the tissues. With all this in mind, a good way of gauging whether or not you're doing too much is to check the status of your erections. If your penis is getting bigger it should also be getting "fitter". For a checklist of what to look for, I'd recommend reading this very informative article: Penis Enlargement Gym - Physiologic Indicators (PIs) to Help Growth! . Keep things in balance and you should see growth.